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Assessment of Degradration Causes and Development of Protection Strategies for the Poyang Lake Wetlands

  • Xinghua LeEmail author
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Part of the Terrestrial Environmental Sciences book series (TERENVSC)

Abstract

Poyang Lake is a typical example for an seasonal fluctuating lake. Hence the lake’s size depends on the season which leads to changes in the ecosystem. For example, the increasing amount of water during the rainy season is conducive to the growth of aquatic organisms in the ecosystem.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Jiangxi Mountain-River-Lake Development OfficeNanchangChina

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